The Story So Far Side Project

2014-02-14 by lucasjcockcroft | 25 Comments
Kevin Geyer of The Story So Far has released a track from his new side project, Elder
Brother. The track, entitled 'Throw Me To The Wolves', can be checked out below:



Tagged: Elder Brother

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lucasjcockcroft
February 14th 2014
3718 Comments


so good

henryChinaski
February 14th 2014
3212 Comments


Pretty great.

swordsforhands
February 14th 2014
508 Comments


Video doesn't work.

Looked up the song, sounds pretty good.

dimsim3478
February 14th 2014
6516 Comments


shit, did not even realise that Kevin was in Elder Brother

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joshieboy12345
February 14th 2014
5377 Comments


Wow, l heard this band the other day. Didn't know a TSSF member was in the band.

Rhyme
February 14th 2014
1339 Comments


i can dig this, especially the vox

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joshieboy12345
February 14th 2014
5377 Comments


Vox, instrumentation are both great. Album will be solid.

ti0n
February 14th 2014
1692 Comments


pretty catchy. as fuck tbh

kuk
February 14th 2014
50 Comments


"Mirror"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5-2I1QBop4

SnakeDelilah
February 14th 2014
12325 Comments


why does the band name seem so generic for pop punk

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GoldenWrapper
February 14th 2014
31 Comments


This is actually really awesome

kmace
February 14th 2014
161 Comments


That song was really great. Vocals sounded like Young the Giant at times. Full length should be sweet.

Midjicka
February 14th 2014
242 Comments


Never heard of this band before. Need to keep them on my radar because this song is pretty sweet.

ThomasTheCure
February 14th 2014
315 Comments


pretty damn good. the vox are great.

ALucidReality
February 15th 2014
112 Comments


fuckkkkkkkkk

SHAKEandBAKE
February 15th 2014
1312 Comments


no parker no care

Scoot
February 15th 2014
18223 Comments


this was dope

ProjectFreak
February 15th 2014
1633 Comments


Song's not half bad. This guy should get more of a voice with TSSF and break up the monotony.

lucasjcockcroft
February 15th 2014
3718 Comments


the singer is the guy from Daybreaker I think

Winsomniac
February 15th 2014
8091 Comments


So this was excellent.


And then I listened to it more than 3 times in a row and now I fucking hate the chorus.


Help

SirDazza28
February 16th 2014
426 Comments


I agree, TSSF could use his vocals more.

MisguidedYouth
February 16th 2014
165 Comments


yeah, the vocalist is from daybreaker

http://www.altpress.com/news/entry/elder_brother_the_story_so_far_daybreaker_stream_lead_single_throw_me_to_th


KSK1
February 16th 2014
4099 Comments


This is excellent

ChickFila
February 17th 2014
2 Comments


i fux

joshieboy12345
March 6th 2014
5377 Comments


Album is amazing. Submitted a news article, kinda bummed it's not up.

Link: https://soundcloud.com/purenoiserecs/sets/elder-brother-heavy-head



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